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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Damn, Uber, get your Myers Briggs shit together.

    Did Alex had intricate plans? Grand schemes of strategy? Followed any perticular set of ethos or ideologies? No? Then take your poor guess and gtfo.

    Little Alex was an ESTP.

    Edit: I haven't read the entire thread, because judging by previous "Guess his type" threads I know it will enrage me and make me punch my monitor. But just in case anyone is claiming Alex to be anything other than ESTP - you don't know wtf you are talking about.
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    After digging out the film and the audiobook, perhaps:

    Alex: ESTP 7w8/8w7,
    (Alex has a hell of a lot of N in the book as well though, he seems almost hung up on the idea of having ideas, but he's very fashion conscious, salesman-like, impulsive and casual )
    Georgie: ESTJ 8w7
    Dim: Seems to be an NF...thoughts?
    Pete: INXP 9w1
    Mr. Deltoid: ISFJ?? 1w2

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    The right eye: INTJ , the left eye: INFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by FalseHeartDothKnow View Post
    After digging out the film and the audiobook, perhaps:

    Alex: ESTP 7w8/8w7,
    (Alex has a hell of a lot of N in the book as well though, he seems almost hung up on the idea of having ideas, but he's very fashion conscious, salesman-like, impulsive and casual )
    Georgie: ESTJ 8w7
    Dim: Seems to be an NF...thoughts?
    Pete: INXP 9w1
    Mr. Deltoid: ISFJ?? 1w2
    Can you give an example of how he's hung up on having ideas? I'm just curious.

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    Yeah, not a problem, and please feel free to disagree because I may be interpreting his character kinda wrong here I don't refer to Malcolm McDowell's portrayal here particularly, but here are some quotes...see what you think

    Alex: (on Marty and Sonietta) 'They had the same ideas, or lack of them.'

    Alex: 'For I was like, showing who was leader, and like the chelloveck with the ideas'

    Alex: '...but all the ideas came from Your Humble, oh my brothers'

    I will add more when I find them

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    I don't feel Alex as an ESTP at all. I really think he's INTJ.
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    Let's see if a few quotes might get him sorted...
    Ni, yes I see where that impression might come from...he trusts his dreams, and alot of his narration in the book begins with 'and I got the idea that ___, whilst also saying that he doesnt know where the idea came from. Not sure about J for Little Alex, but he does seem to know what he wants from others, and how he expects them to behave... even though he constantly asks 'What's it gonna be then, eh?'

    Alex: 'Out, out, out, out!'
    Georgie: Where out?
    Alex: Oh, just to keep walking, and viddy what turns up.


    Too casual for J or not?

    Alex: But when we got into the street, I viddied that thinking was for the gloopy ones, and that the oony ones use like inspiration and what Bog sends.
    His Te is sharp, when he's telling his droogs off, but he judges people by social conventions (Fe???) he loves good manners in others, and he is very aware of Fe when tricking people:

    Alex: ...a burbling old pianitsa or drunkie, howling away at the songs of his father's and going 'blurp blurp' in between as if it might be a filthy orchestra is his stinky, rotten guts. One vesche I could never stand was that.

    Alex: But, it was 'hawhawhaw' in a muffled eater's way, and you could see bits of what they were eating, I didn't like that, it being dirty and slobbery.'

    Alex: And Dim, it was typical of old Dim, watered the fire out, and wanted to dung on the carpet, there being plenty of paper, but I said 'No'

    Alex: ...but looking all dirtied over, with too much von of sweat on him. That was one thing I had against old Dim.

    Alex: 'Filthy, drooling, mannerless bastard'...'For being a bastard with no manners, and not a dook of an idea how to comport yourself publicwise...oh my brother'

    Thoughts?

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    I would second ESTP. Had he been an N I think he would have avoided the milk bottle by realising his droogs would betray him before time. He also would have realised that any deal which promises you'll be released from prison immediately regardless of the length of your sentence would have a catch.

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